Across America, but particularly in the South, abortion clinics are in a fight for their existence. Since 2010, legislators across America vowing to make their states "abortion free" have introduced hundreds of anti-choice bills. Caught in the political quagmire are millions of women of reproductive age, many of them poor and uninsured. Their only hope? The men and women fighting to fulfill the protections guaranteed by Roe v. Wade.


After a quick stint in Hollywood on several features and a bloody Quentin Tarantino film, Katie Flint made the leap over to documentary by working with the award-winning editor Kate Amend on The World According to Sesame Street which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2006. She went on to edit Linda Goldstein Knowlton's, Somewhere Between, N.C. Heikin's Sound of Redemption: The Frank Morgan Story as well as contributed to Jonathan Demme’s, Jimmy Carter: Man From Plains, Michéle Ohayon’s, Steal A Pencil For Me, PBS' Makers: Women in Hollywood, Daryl Hannah's dhlovelife webseries, and Charlie Annenberg's Arctic: Change at the Top of the World. In addition to editing, she assisted filmmakers at the Sundance Documentary Edit and Story Labs in 2008 and 2009. Currently, Katie is producing and editing the documentary Radical Brownies about an Oakland based group that empowers young girls of color to step into their collective power, brilliance and leadership to make the world a more radical place. She lives in Petaluma California with her husband Ben and a fat cat named Cactapuss.


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